29th FEBS Congress

26 June - 1 July 2004WarsawPOLAND

Organizer: Polish Biochemical Society

Patronage: Aleksander Kwaśniewski,

President of the Republic of Poland


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Wojciech Wojtowicz wwojtowi@febs2004.pl


FEBS 2005

30th FEBS Congress - 9th IUBMB Conference
2nd-7th July, 2005, Budapest, HUNGARY


 announcement.doc (220 KB)


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It is our pleasure to welcome you to the "Calcium in Health and Disease Symposium". The symposium will take place at Arktikum, Rovaniemi, Finland on July 5-7, 2004.

Scientific Committee:

Nils-Erik Saris
Emeritusprofessor, University of Helsinki, Finland;

Ernesto Carafoli
Emeritusprofessor, University of Padova, Italy;

Christel Lamberg-Allardt
Docent, University of Helsinki, Finland;

Tuomas Westermarck
Docent, President of Finnish Society of Biological Medicine, Finland.

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"1st International Conference on Basic and Clinical Immunogenomics"
3-7 October 2004, Budapest, Hungary

For more info see enclosed PDF:

 Conference on Basic and Clinical Immunogenomics.pdf (41 KB)


"Progress in Vaccination against Cancer 2004"
22-25 September 2004, Freudenstadt-Lauterbad, Black Forest, Germany

For more info see enclosed DOC files:

 PIVAC1 (142 KB)

 PIVAC2 (156 KB)


"Carotenoids and Dietary Lipids in Health and Disease"
10-12 December 2004, Kraków, Poland

For more info see enclosed PDF:

 Carotenoids and Dietary Lipids in Health and Disease.pdf (147 KB)



"TSI Workshop on the Gas-phase Electrophoretic Mobility Macromolecule Analyzer (GEMMA)"
14-15 June 2004, Hilton Vienna Danube, Austria

Overview: GEMMA is based on a novel, proprietary charge-reduced electrospray method, and is used for estimation of molecular mass of bio-molecules such as peptides, proteins and noncovalent biocomplexes. Examples exist up to about 14 MDa. Association and dissociation of noncovalent bio-complexes as a function of solution conditions can be studied. The instrument is especially well suited for high-mass macromolecules beyond 250 kDa, a range often difficult to access by ESI-MS and MALDI-MS. GEMMA may also be used as a pre-separation technique for cell organelles or complex protein mixtures in proteomics. Attending researchers will be encouraged to bring their own macromolecular samples (non-toxic) for GEMMA analysis.

For more info see enclosed PDF:

 TSI Workshop (80 KB)



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